Keith Van Winkle
Sounds Like: Old Crow Medicine Show, Steve Earle, Scythian, Bright Eyes, Townes Van Zandt
Manager: Adam Braunschweig
Bio: Each member brings unique musical experiences to the overall musical palate. Together they create a blend of styles and traditions that is hard to define yet easily resonates with listeners on the most basic of levels: melody, rhythm, and harmony, with contagious passion and energy.
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"For those of us who love acoustic music, there are several tracks on this album that stand out. The first being “Gamble of Souls.” The combination of Adam’s wonderful voice, and the untraditional tuning that the band chose, creates a unique and amazing sound. He exhibits both great guitar composition and execution on this track. Accompaniments from Keith Van Winkle on the fiddle and Chris Carr on the flute, complete the track. The general folk nature behind the band comes through on most of their songs, including “Gamble of Souls.”... “Emmalene” is truly one of the more powerful songs on the album. I first heard this song during a solo, head-turning performance by Adam Braunschweig at a bar in New York, and the studio version sounds the same. In music today, it is common to hear a lot of changes in music once it hits the studios. 3 Dollar Band however, stays true to their sound."